Lecture12.ppt

Lecture12.ppt - No Evidence Of Gaps In Neurological...

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Jackson’s Argument Against Physicalism The “Knowledge Argument”: A) Mary Knows All Physical Facts About Color Vision B) Mary Does Not Know All Facts About Color Vision Demonstrated By Mary’s Learning When Seeing Red C) Therefore, Some Facts About Color Vision Are Left Out Of Physical Account D) Therefore, Some Aspects Of Color Vision (And Other Qualia) Are Non-Physical
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Why Epiphenomenalism? Causal Closure Of The Physical World
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Unformatted text preview: No Evidence Of Gaps In Neurological Processing Apparent Problems With Epiphenomenalism Can Be Handled Apparent Causal Role Of Qualia Is Simply That: Apparent Evolution Need Only Select For Brain States Problems With Jackson’s Argument Argument Also Works Against Dualism Fallacy Of Equivocation Two Senses Of “Know” Knowledge By Description (Discursive) Knowledge By Acquaintance (Non-Discursive)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course PHIL 10100 taught by Professor David during the Fall '08 term at Notre Dame.

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